Initial Impression: great disc for smaller arms
Overall seems to be a great disc, scaled at only 136 grams. It worked well for her even with 7 mph winds. Her throws were not much more than usual, but she had multiple layers, a winter coat, and a mildly hurt neck/shoulder. Those factors normally put her throws way lower. At the end of the round her last throw was her max distance of about 150ft, normally around 100ft. Her normal disc is a 150 Class Z Storm, which can be knocked around in the wind quite a bit. There were only a few times where that seemed to be a problem due to odd wind gusts. Otherwise most other throws were nice and straight with some fade at the end. I think this will be a great disc once the weather is a little better. I also like that the disc is flat on top and not domed like the StarLite Roadrunner. To me it's a fancy paper airplane, to her a future "go to" disc.
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